Do you remember when our politicians promised to do something about the “too big to fail” banks? Well, they didn’t, and now the chickens are coming home to roost. On Thursday, it was announced that one of those “too
When former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was questioned by Ron Paul during a 2011 monetary policy report, he famously told the Congressman that gold is not money and the only reason central banks hold it is because of
Every share in gold is supposed to represent a certain amount of physical gold in storage, and be available on demand. But that’s not what happened when a customer asked for their gold at Deutsche Bank, the largest German bank
Greg Mannarino of TradersChoice.net, who has previously warned that when the next debt bubble pops, millions upon millions of people will die in the fallout, says the reckoning for financial markets is coming… and soon: I
The biggest and most important bank in the biggest and most important country in Europe continues to implode right in front of our eyes. If you follow my work regularly, you probably already know that I issued a major alarm
Over the last two trading days, European banks have lost 23 percent of their value. Let that number sink it for a bit. In just a two day stretch, nearly a quarter of the value of all European banks has been wiped out. I
Keith Neumeyer is well known for his unabashed criticisms of government and central banks, having recently highlighted that the entire precious metals market space has been infiltrated by a small concentration of players who
There is no question that this is a story that just won’t die, even if 72 bankers in it’s path had to die before the story could get to this point. Hopefully no more will die before the wizard behind the curtain is
History indicates that most wars dating back to the American Revolution are directly connected to currency and banking regulations. Private central bankers funded both sides of wars dating back to 1791.
Thousands of Americans are now getting caught up in modern day debtors’ prisons as private collectors drag people into the courts where they are ill-prepared to clear their name or get off the hook.